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“My proudest accomplishment is how this was the horniest Marvel show”: She-Hulk Creator Jessica Gao Seems Unfazed By Criticism of Jennifer Walters Exploring Her Sexuality in Show After Hooking Up With Charlie Cox’s Daredevil

She-Hulk Creator Jessica Gao Seems Unfazed By Criticism of Jennifer Walters Exploring Her Sexuality

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law completed and celebrated a very successful first season of the TV series last month on October 13. It’s the perfect example for fans of any piece of media to simply neglect pre-release criticism (like the review bombing treatment it received) and check out if it’s worth a watch or not yourself.

Previously a writer on the critically acclaimed Rick and Morty TV series, in which she made quite the mark by writing the episode Pickle Rick’, Jessica Gao has no reservations about any of the creative choices that she made when working on Attorney at Law. In fact, she’s quite proud of her work, openly accepting a name given to the superhero TV series.

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Jessica Gao

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She-Hulk Creator Jessica Gao Is Proud Of TV Series’ Being Considered Horny

If there’s one thing that ever bothered She-Hulk: Attorney at Law creator Jessica Gao, it’s the fact that her show has gone on to receive criticism. Now that may only seem fair, but not so as much when people literally try to sabotage the show by review bombing it on user-generated rating websites like IMDb.

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She-Hulk and Daredevil

But she’s certainly proud of how her creation has led to a certain aspect of characters in the MCU being explored in much more depth and detail. In short, the show’s protagonist, Jennifer Walters, has a thing going on for her with Daredevil (they hook up later on), and fans were super eager to know how their relationship progresses in the coming seasons.

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She-Hulk: Attorney at Law has been attributed with adding a ‘horny’ touch to the MCU, and Gao’s happily accepting the notion that it indeed is “the horniest Marvel show so far”. During an interview with Empire Magazine for its January 2023 issue, the 48-year-old writer had this to say-

“[She-Hulk’s finale hopefully] allows more Marvel projects to get a little weird. One of my proudest accomplishments is how this was the horniest Marvel show so far.”

This is certainly one of the much more distinct features of Gao’s TV series, as the MCU has been well-known for keeping things PG-13 by trying its best to not include too many sexual themes or references.

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She-Hulk Might’ve Hinted At Jessica Jones’ Return

It’s only been three years since MCU fans last saw Krysten Ritter play Jessica Jones in the show named after the character. But worry not Ritter fans, Jessica Gao’s She-Hulk: Attorney at Law might just be the one shining ray of hope for her return as the superheroine.

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Jessica Jones

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Back before the TV series based on Jennifer Walters even aired, it was suggested by reports and rumors that a Jessica Jones cameo is very much possible. She surely did make her cameo in Attorney at Law, minus her and her surname.

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Jessica, without Jones

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law‘s seventh episode, titled “The Retreat”, has one scene in which Walters’ contacts in her phone are briefly shown, and one standout name is Jessica but without her surname, Jones.

Even during an interview with Tara Hitchcock, one of the directors of the episodes of the TV series, Kat Coiro, also suggested that Krysten Ritter’s character “would be a good addition.”, although nothing came of it.

This is just a wild guess, but it does no harm to dream. So dream away!

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is currently available for streaming on Disney+.

Source: Screen Rant

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